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Let Me In [2010] vs Let the Right One In [2008]

January 20, 2011

sika with a lost boys t-shirt likes the remake let me in better than the let the right one in original.Since I been sick I have been watching a lot of movies. Last night I saw Let me in (2010), the remake of Swedish original vampire movie Let the Right One In/Låt den rätte komma in from 2008.

I feel so unpatriotic. And with the risk of being deported to Lapland, I must confess I liked the remake better than the original. It had everything the original had; great acting (Chloe “Hit-Girl from Kick-Ass” Moretz and Kodi Smit-McPhee from The Road), suspense, beautiful imagery and loads of snow. But it also took out some stuff and added some in a way I really liked. AND it was scarier.

let-me-in-2010-movie-poster-bloody chloe moretz angel-poseSure, you may say it didn’t have the magic of Swedish actor Per Ragnar as the old man but when you cast Richard Jenkins in a movie you never go wrong. That guy could play Jaws. Go rent this one and all the rest he’s done.

And finally, I’m peeing better now. Thanks for caring.

the animated comedy series and blog lunki and sika
*More “Hollywood Amnesia” from Lunki and Sika:

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Hollywood Amnesia: Rebooting Hollywood
Hollywood Amnesia: Batman Begins. Again.
Hollywood Amnesia: Interview with the Vampire
Hollywood Amnesia: Miss Marple
Hollywood Amnesia
5 Movies I would love to see made
A Remake Nightmare on Elm Street
Why I didn’t like the Wolfman
Gore, Nudity and Piranhas in 3D
Let Me In [2010] vs Let the Right One In [2008]

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